A visitors visa allow to entre into the UK temporarily for reason such as - holiday, visit family friend, to conduct some sort of business, to have medical treatment etc. All visitors to the UK must meet the general entry validity and suitability requirement set out in the (Appendix V) Visitor to immigration rules.
Spouse visas or marriage visas allow non UK residents aged 18 or over who are engaged, married or proposed civil partnership and want to come and live together with your British partner in the UK. initial period is 33 months and this can be extended and is a route to settlement subject to meeting the requirement under the Appendix FM such as genuine relationship , financial, English language requirement .
A student visa is for a person who is coming to the UK to study at a Home Office approved education provider. Immigration rules require the applicant to gain 70 points as follows; Confirmation of acceptance of studies (50) English language (10) Finance (10).
Indefinite leave to remain
Indefinite leave to remain is also called settlement for foreign nationals residing in the UK. Indefinite leave to remain enables you to live, work or study in the UK without any restriction. You may subsequently apply for British Citizenship.
Ancestry route is for the grandchildren of British citizen who migrated from the UK, Appendix UK Ancestry outlines route as intended for commonwealth citizen aged 17 of over whose grandparent was born in the UK
Extension of stay
if you have permission to be in the UK for limited period, you must apply for your visa extension before current leave expire. Applying for extension can be complicated process especially when circumstances have changed. KLS will ensure that you do not make costly, and disastrous error while applying for extension.
Skill Worker visa
A skill worker visa allows applicant to entre into the UK to take eligible job with an approved employer. In order to qualify under this route you must have job offer from the list of eligible occupation from UK employer that has been approved by the Home Office.